Researchers from the University of Laval demonstrated the advantages and trade-offs of a handful of genotyping-by-sequencing pipelines.
After CRISPR/Cas9 makes a double-strand break in DNA and the cell repairs it, the same set of mutations crop up again and again based on the genomic sequence.
The resource contains data on 166,174 proteotypic peptides and enables mass spec-based quantification of 20,123 of the 20,203 annotated human proteins.
Variant data for thousands of Europeans led to seven facial feature-associated sites in the genome, including loci near development or disease-related genes.
A comparative genomics study suggests ants with obligate mutualist relationships to plants may have higher rates of molecular evolution than generalist ants.
In Science this week: role for epigenetic in neuronal excitability, and more.
The new Office of Research Integrity director is grappling with complaints from her staff, according to ScienceInsider.
Italian researchers link SNPs in the PDSS2 gene to coffee consumption in a new paper.
A gene-editing ban has been interpreted to include mitochondrial transfer, Technology Review reports.